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Dec 20, 2011 6:00pm EST
. a little different story out in oklahoma and the texas panhandle. we follow this storm since monday. big snows out there. we're looking anywhere from 6 to 18 inches. the heaviest hit was extreme western oklahoma. the panhandle of oklahoma and panhandle of texas. they had blizzard warnings, shoveling snow before christmas, which is a little bit unusual. they don't average as much snow as you think. oklahoma city averages 18 inches of snow. let's talk about the satellite picture, because the storm itself isn't that impressive anymore in terms of winter precipitation. there's a little bit of mixed presip tailings in extreme north western missouri, but that's just about it. a little bit of mixed precipitation through iowa. for the most part, another rainmaker through the midwest, ohio valley, tennessee valley, and into the mid atlantic. we do have a frontal boundary draped right through, bisecting the metro area. that's still pretty nice considering it's december. it could be like 20s and 30s or 30s and 40s. temperatures 50 in bethesda. 48 in gaithersburg. 51 in arlington. 50 downtown and lo
Dec 16, 2011 6:00pm EST
running from candidate to texas would create jobs. >> if that bill comes over to us, we will make changes to it and i will guarantee you that the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes to the united states senate. >> lawmakers have until december 31 to find common ground, they aren't taking any chances. the senate is working on a plan b that would extend the tax break until february, allowing lawmakers to head home and tackle the issue in the new year. tara for cbs news, capitol hill. >>> now that payroll tax cut bill also includes a provision to extend benefits for people who have been unemployed for a listening period of time. if the payroll tax bill or a short-term version of it does not pass, that means those benefits would vanish for millions of americans. >> baby jesus is back in his manger after being snatched tuesday night. he is part of a nativity scene at the central park shopping center in fredericksburg. the blue-eyed plastic figure was stolen once before back in 2005 and after that, he was filled with sand and concrete. he weighed 80-pounds when he was stolen. poli
Dec 21, 2011 6:00pm EST
. in fact, the city's population grew by 2.7% between april of 2010 and july of this year. texas, alaska and colorado, they round out the top five. >>> still ahead, no mountains of snow growing at local ski resorts this season. how they're coping with our winter warmth coming up >>> >>> >>> as peggy fox reports, the family is amazed at the secret santa's generosity. >> only on, baby. >> kelly rector lost her job because of her disability, post- concussion syndrome. from a brain injury she suffered in a car wreck eight years ago. now the 31-year-old is prone to memory loss or worse if she doesn't take her medicine. >> if i don't have it, there is a chance i could have a stroke or i could have a sees your. >> reporter: because she doesn't have a job, she doesn't have insurance and often can't afford the medicine. it's about $170 a month. >> i was already worried about how i was going to pay for it. it's really hard for me to pay my bills as it is. >> reporter: then this morning, her mom called with a big surprise. >> it was a shock the pharmacist said someone paid for her medicine this mon
Dec 26, 2011 6:00pm EST
. both gingrich and texas governor rick perry failed to get the required 10,000 signatures to have their names listed. they planned to launch an aggressive write in campaign. the only republican candidates on the virginia balance for march are mitt romney and ron paul. >>> a recent usa today says 2.9 million americans have switched their political parties. they have taken a big hit. >>> >> reporter: in a recent usa poll says 2.5 million americans are switching political parties. we hit the streets to find out why. >>> on a gusty winter day outside the white house,. >> i think people have lost a lot of trust from pretty much anyone. >> reporter: a recent usa today poll says the winds are shifting too. >> a lot of people are suffering out of work, et cetera. they don't care about democrat or republican. they just want some answers. the history of america the incumbent's party has lost support. >> but the numbers may be surprising. 1.7 million people have left the democrat party since 2008, the same year ohio congressman ran an unsuccessful bid for the white house. >> when i first cam
Dec 30, 2011 6:00pm EST
together heading home to texas until monday. most of the other candidates get to keep them in iowa. in washington, i'm emily schmidt. >> virginia has an open primary. that means you don't have to put down your party affiliation. the republican party of virginia adopted a measure to secure votes for the november presidential elections. >> i'm surae chin in manassas where voters are scratching their heads over a loyalty oath pledge. >> i completely disagree with it. i think it's an outrageous thought. >> republican party of virginia wants voters to sign a loyalty oath pledge, meaning if you vote republican in the march primary in virginia, you promise to vote the same way in november. >> how would you enforce something like that, other than someone's conscious. so again, you're talking about a slippery slope because marking ballots and that gets really dicey. >> i don't think we should be putting people into a position where their conscious says one thing and their actions may be going the other way. >> delegate robert marshall is going against his own republican leadership. op
Dec 13, 2011 6:00pm EST
from canada to texas. president obama would veto that bill, the president wants the holiday recess put off until there's a deal. >> the president is going to insist they stay here until they get it done. >> the congressional recess is scheduled to begin late next week. so the holidays could arrive before an agreement is ever reached. >>> tonight, four occupy d.c. protesters say they won't eat anything until congress starts talking about a full voting voice. right now, the district has a delegates, but eleanor cannot cast the vote. the protesters are demanding to meet with republican congressman, david issa who sits on the affairs, but the congressman has the continuing protests in mcpherson square. he wants the up tieror department to explain why the occupy protesters have been allowed to camp out in the park in the first place. taxpayers spent some $400,000 to renovate that square and it's being destroyed by the protests. the national park service does allow 24 hour demonstrations. congressman would like to explain the difference. >>> tonight at 7:00, more on that courtroom bomb she
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